Yes you can be assured that I intend to call things as I see them, now this doesn't mean my opinions or the opinions of my fellow Riders are written in stone. But I'm not afraid to call out ignorance, prejudice or biblical stupidity of epic proportions. I'm hardly afraid to wade into the war of opinion if someone decides to throw one out there that goes against my grain or the very grain of the common good. It goes without saying that we should feel free to practice common courtesy but you know as well Aaron does that it is anything but common for courtesy to be extended. Which is why whenever I state or ask a controversial point, I'm quick to explain the spirit in which it is asked or debated. For the longest time, I bit my tongue in the hope that others EP would self govern and ignorance would be outnumbered but it never seems to happen as frequently as it ought to. Rather you have someone who rides under a banner of proud ignorance and people flock to it. You quickly begin to see how Hitler managed to pull off the Holocaust; he had no shortage of spineless jellyfish who were so eager to belong to something even if it was entirely mad and wrong that they were willing to overlook and embrace a legacy of atrocities. My beliefs aven't changed too hugely and I'm still the devil may care rogue of endless grace who will listen to those everyone else would dismiss and make up my own damn mind.